Minh-Tam Le was born in Falls Church, Virginia. She moved to Palm Coast, FL at age 14 with her family. She has experience in a few national and non-profit organizations, such as the Asian American Center of Frederick (AACF), Interdisciplinary Student Community Prevention Enhancement Services (ISCOPES), Hepatitis B Initiative of Washington D, and VISTAS Healthcare. She earned a MPH in Global Health Communication from George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public, an MA in Physiology and Biophysics from Georgetown University, an Advanced Biomedical Science certificate from George Mason University, and a BA in Microbiology and Cell Science with a minor in East Asian Language & Literature from the University of Florida. She is currently pursuing an MA/PA degree at Wake Forest University and serves on the MA Honor Council.